?When does the hair grow after the transplant

In the first 2-3 months after transplantation, the transplanted hair begins to germinate under the skin and after 4-6 months it comes out from under the skin. In the sixth month, about 40 to 60 percent of the hair grows. At first, the growing hair may be thin and thin, but it will gradually become thicker and thicker. The transplanted hair growth cycle is usually 12 months, except in some cases it lasts 18 months, which is common in women.

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